Batch Resize Photos

Developer: tian jianwen

Current Version: 2.2

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 1 MB - Download


With only one click,Batch Resize Photos can help you do many things for your large numbers of photos including resizing and converting formats.

★ Features ★
✓.Easy management
When a folder dragged into the applicatiion,Batch Resize Photos will open all photos in the folder in no time.
✓.Support all major picture formats: JPEG,TIFF,PICT,BMP,GIF,PNG,TGA,SGI,PSD,EXR,JP2.
✓.Concise and Simple easy-to-use interface.
✓.Variable resizing choices suitable to your different devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod and so on.

Thank you so much for your support and be sure to check out our other apps:
Smart Screen Recorder
Lock Photos
Screen Capture

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If you have any suggestion ,tell me([email protected]) ,I will add your suggestion to update version. let us do it better.


Release Notes:

1.Add save as JPG option
2.modify "batch resize" flow
3. support Apple's sanbox


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by zan1zan

Really interesting - It's really an interesting app! I like it very much~ Thanks!

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
Version 2.2
Review by Art from NJ

That was a waste - Gave up after a half hour of trying to make this thing work. Is a help section too much to ask. Complete frustration.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.2
Review by chadoh

Get a free one; they - It does the basic functionality. Yay. Lots of free apps do that. When I paid 3 bucks, I thought maybe these folks would care to make their experience really good. But it has left me feeling much like the sub-par free apps I tried. It seems like this batch-resize space is crowded with a lot of sub-par apps. If you want to make this one of the better ones, here are my suggestions and complaints: * The images that you drag in must stay selected. If you remove one or two (because you dragged in a whole directory but didn't want to resize EVERY image in it, say), they will become unselected, and then you'll be confused for a while, trying to figure out why only some of the options on the right aren't grayed out. None-selected should behave the same as all-selected, or don't allow selecting at all. If I drag a bunch of images in at once, it's because I want them to all be the same size. * You cannot navigate the form with your keyboard (you can't press Tab to go between the custom width & height). This indicates to me that the proper OSX APIs were not used, which makes me nervous. * The folder-to-which-to-save ought to default to the folder that I dragged in. It's deep in a web app's hierarchy, do you really have to make me click through all of them again. * Remember settings between resizings. Really annoying to have to enter the same dimensions for each folder I'm working with when it's always the same. Also annoying to have to re-navigate to the same directory. * Don't ask me if I want to view the resized photos * Don't tell me I'm resizing already-resized photos. Most of the time it isn't true (you give me this warning even when I drag in a new folder to resize), and even when it is I don't care. Popups are annoying, especially when they have capital letters in them. * Resize it to _what I said_. Don't round. I want 354x319, not 355x320. It's upsetting to see the extra line of pixels in each dimension when I was so explicit. * It would be nice to have an option to save with the original names, plus some prefix. * A more sensible default prefix would be nice. "Sample". Really? How about "resized".

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people
Version 2.2
Review by Yazeedovic

Not good to resize a big number of pics - it's looks not bad to resize a few pics! but I tried to resize almost 150 pics together to send them to my friend but I couldn't because it crashed always! I don't want this app .. I want my money back!!

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 2.2
Review by JosephRose

Why no proportion lock? - I just purchased 3 image resize apps and not one of them has the option to lock the proportions. I want my images to be 580 px wide. I don't want to have to know the height dimension. Just lock the proportion and let me size by either horizontal OR vertical, just like any Adobe app.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
Version 2.2
Review by hard2forget

Crashes after a batch of 100 pictures - This app works great for small batches but I need to convert about 900 pictures from 4MB down to 300KB so they can be posted on line. The first few convert very quickly but then the app goes slower and slower. After about 100 pictures it crashes and needs to be reloaded to convert another 100. Very frustrating.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people